WhatsApp’s app now has three new features. The Facebook-owned company has unveiled one new feature for both the web and mobile versions of the application, as well as two new features for the mobile app. WhatsApp users may now edit their images on the web as well as on their mobile devices before sharing them. They can also get sticker ideas, and the app’s link preview has improved.
Announcing the features, WhatsApp said in a statement, “We know feeling comfortable expressing yourself is an important part of why people use WhatsApp to keep in contact with their friends and family. Whether that’s sending voice messages or photos and videos, sharing a Status post, or a link to something you’ve seen online. Over the past few months, we’ve made a few changes to WhatsApp to answer some of your feature requests and to keep giving you the best experience.”
WhatsApp has teased some of its upcoming features on twitter. So, here are the additions that WhatsApp has released, as well as how they work.
Desktop photo editor— The messaging app has revealed a very essential feature called the Desktop Photo Editor. Users may use the tool to edit photographs on their desktop app before sending them. Users may also customize their photos with stickers. The feature was only available on the app’s mobile edition. However, WhatsApp online users may now access this feature as well.
Sticker specific suggestions— WhatsApp will now recommend stickers based on your chats. As you type, you might receive the ideal sticker recommendation. WhatsApp has made it easier for users to locate stickers in the middle of chats that do not disturb the flow of the conversation. You can waste a lot of time looking for the ideal sticker. As you type, WhatsApp’s contextual sticker will prompt you with sticker ideas, allowing you to find the perfect sticker at the right time to accurately express yourself.
Link Previews— WhatsApp has changed the look of link previews appear in the app. Users may now access the entire link preview. Users may now see the complete preview when you send it, and recipients have far more information about what you sent and what they are about to see or read.